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Discussion in 'Community Forum' started by muddhunter, Jan 27, 2021.
Very lucky find indeed. I'm glad the JD Rear tire didn't find it first!
Very kewl find!
Great piece. Glad that you found it
A little off topic but I got lucky twice from the tractor today as well.
Found the 5/16" chain I lost moving the hog house 17 years ago!
Also found an arrowhead someone lost 4 or 5 thousand years ago.
That arrowhead does something for me. Nice find.
I have stopped my tractor many of a time to pick up a arrowhead. Sometime a good one and sometimes a piece of one. Found several while setting tobacco . If the tractor stopped in the field the boys knew I stopped because of a arrowhead.
I don't know why but I could seem to see more from the tractor seat that walking.
When I used to cultivate a lot of tobacco I could scan the ground with my eye’s better than any damn computer known to man
Arrowhead is a huge score,...awesome Barn...that stuff makes a man a different kinda happy. The way you have it pictured there I'm not sure that it wasn't looking for you .....holy smoke!
I think it may have been trying to find me as well, but then I do have eyes like an eagle.
Today's find from the tractor. I just happened to look down on my left side and got the tractor stopped a few inches before it made my tire flat! My rear tractor tire found one a few years ago while turning cover crop, I was down for 2 days getting it fixed.
Eye like an eagle indeed !!
I'll get back on topic. This illustration shows how beau's axe head was made. The head was made before axe eyes were standardized sometime in the mid 1800's I think.
That is so cool. Your knowledge is infinite and a major asset to this hunting site. I’m gonna send you a PM
Agreed^^ heck I'm not sure I've ever seen him stumped on anything related to this forum. Wish he were my neighbor
,..jesus man...your making me a little bit mad
Yep,..folded over with a steel "bit'/wedge...not sure where you got this at,...but looks like Eric Sloanes work from here on the drawings...great stuff!